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Fall is for Planting

Whether you're looking to boost curb appeal, install a new perennial bed, or add plants for wildlife, this fall has brought wonderful planting weather for all kinds of projects.


How late can we plant? There's still plenty of time to plant deciduous trees and shrubs, as well as perennials. Evergreens, however, should be in the ground by the end of September. Remember, it's important to continue watering newly installed plants through fall when they need it.


Join us this fall planting season and enjoy 20-50% off trees, shrubs, and perennials now through October 3, 2021.


Visit the nursery or view your cart to see discounts applied! Take a look at all of the discounts and specials at the list below.

20% off all fruit trees - start at $71.98 / 7-gallon on sale (reg. $89.98)

Fruit Trees - 20% off

Having apple tree envy this fall? Plant some fruit trees now to enjoy for seasons to come. A few quick facts about our fruit trees:


- most are in 7-gallon containers and range between 5-7' tall, depending on the variety


- many have fruit now (yum!) and should fruit in the next year or so


- some fruit trees are best planted in pairs for pollination, including apples, pears, plums, and some cherries


- like other plants, fruit trees need attentive watering for their first few seasons

Coreopsis 'Moonbeam' - $11.19 / one-gallon on sale (reg. $15.98)

Coreopsis 'Sienna Sunset' - $10.49 / one-gallon on sale (reg. $14.98)

Unique Coreopsis - 30% off

Be sure to check out a few lesser known varieties of coreopsis in our perennials department. They include peach pink 'Sienna Sunset' and lemon yellow 'Moonbeam', a threadleaf variety. Coreopsis is frequented by pollinators and doesn't mind dry conditions once established.

Native 'Autumn Revolution' American Bittersweet - start at $35.98 / 3-gallon on sale (reg. $44.98)

Versatile Vines - 20% off

Flowering - 'Jackmanii' is a favorite clematis variety for its large, deep purple blooms.


Wildlife Benefit - Bold but very important native Virginia Creeper is arguably one of the best vines that feeds caterpillars which sustain birds. Use it over a trellis or fence like you would with other decorative vines or let it ramble as a ground cover in a larger area.


Berries / Fruit - Grapes are a great choice for human consumption and they are a fast-growing vertical screen. Non-invasive, native American Bittersweet is another vine with beautiful berries that signal fall and feed wildlife.

Fall-planted bulbs available now

Bulbs and Seed Garlic are Here

Fall-planted bulbs like tulips and daffodils, as well as seed garlic and saffron are available in the Garden Center and online for curbside pickup. Saffron should be planted now for a harvest this season. Seed garlic and other bulbs can be planted as the temperatures cool.

Wednesday 9/29 - Open 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

Wednesday, Sept. 29 Hours

The nursery will be open from 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM on Wednesday, September 29. We are closing early this day for a staff celebration of fall. We'll return to normal hours the next day.